Windows XP Professional disk management

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C drive
Microsoft Windows XP
Windows XP Professional
Windows XP SP3
My c drive[the one windows is installed on] does not show under disk management or device manager

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xp pro s 3

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Check in Disk management has it got the assigned letter….

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  • jinteik
    just curious, then what is shown there? how about installing like partition magic to see if you can see it?
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  • Xxx
    yes it shows in bios, but not device manager
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  • Xxx
    It ongly shows my dvd-rom,Jinteik
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  • Tekguy38
    How do you have the drives connected internally? What drive letter does Windows assign the DVD drive?
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  • Xxx
    No,no letter assigned to it, only my dvd-rom assigned as 'd'.
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  • Rakei
    Do a repair using your Default Operating system Disk..This however, restores and correct features that may be missing such as Drive Letter. e.tc...
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